Introduction to Econometrics

Paperback | May 21, 2016

byChristopher Dougherty

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Taking a modern approach to the subject, Introduction to Econometrics provides students with a solid grounding in econometrics, striving to make complex concepts accessible and maintaining a level appropriate for students with or without a mathematical background.

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Taking a modern approach to the subject, Introduction to Econometrics provides students with a solid grounding in econometrics, striving to make complex concepts accessible and maintaining a level appropriate for students with or without a mathematical background.

Dr Christopher Dougherty is an Associate Professor in Economics at the London School of Economics.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:610 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.07 inPublished:May 21, 2016Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0199676828

ISBN - 13:9780199676828

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Table of Contents

IntroductionReview: Random Variables, Sampling, and Estimation1. Simple Regression Analysis2. Properties of Regression Coefficients and Hypothesis Testing3. Multiple Regression Analysis4. Nonlinear Models and Transformations of Variables5. Dummy Variables6. Specification of Regression Variables7. Heteroskedasticity8. Stochastic Regressors and Measurement Errors9. Simultaneous Equations Estimation10. Binary Choice and Limited Dependent Variable Models, and Maximum Likelihood Estimation11. Models Using Time Series Data12. Autocorrelation13. Introduction to Nonstationary Time Series14. Introduction to Panel Data Model

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"Excellent textbook, which I have adopted as required reading for my class. The explanations are very clear, and yet it is very concise and does not overwhelm students." --Thomas Chadefaux, Trinity College Dublin